As Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur near, many of us may well be reflecting on the past – perhaps with pride, maybe on missed opportunities or of marvellous memories and sometimes with sorrow. Whether you’re in one of these mindsets or another, what the high holidays undoubtedly bring us all, is the means to draw a line under what has been and the impetus to start again in a new year filled with fresh hope.
A new year at Jewish Choice is never a hope that our extraordinary people will continue to provide extraordinary care for our elders, but an expectation that we keep-on raising the bar of elderly residential care in the Jewish community. Year after year, we fulfil the remit which we’ve generously been given by our residents and their relatives to become a part of their family.
And we say elders, as if all our residents are some sort of figureheads in the community, when they are likely not. Nevertheless, to us, each and every one of our residents is a figurehead of great significance.
Our respectful, responsive and relevant care is assuredly attentive for the individual concerned and yet we are not talking Saville Row, but Forty Avenue!
It’s care that suits the individual that’s on offer here and it’s at a high level, which will reassure all concerned that you’re in great hands.
When moving-in to residential elderly care there is a vast mix of emotions to contend with, for both the individual and their families. At Jewish Choice we help each of you adapt to changing situations with confidence and, it seems appropriate to mention when approaching Yom Kippur, sensitively help to assuage any guilt a family may be feeling with quite the opposite – substantiation that you are doing the right thing.
We are truly focused on care that is both compassionate and communicative and despite enormous changes in their lives, we keep residents’ lives as vibrant and vital as possible, with a unique warmth from an expert and experienced care team.
Rosh Hashanah marks a time of new beginnings and, (conveniently for this blog!), falls in the Autumn – so, if it’s not too unreasonable a link to make, that when our parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles are in the autumn of their lives, a new year is a very good time to make the Choice yours! Contact us today and we’ll be pleased to arrange a viewing.
We wish all residents, relatives and friends who make the Choice theirs a heartfelt happy new year. Shana Tova!
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